Amy Adele Personalized Note Cards Review

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The art of hand writing thank you cards has really become a thing of the past (other than weddings). I remember when I was a child my parents used to make me write thank you cards every time I received a present. I used to think it was such a pain but as I got older it really helped me learn how to appreciate things more. Children are often needy creatures and it takes time and patience to learn how to truly appreciate the things we are given in this life. Writing thank you cards helped me with this.

These days I am often guilty of sending a thank you email instead of a thank you card by snail mail. I do know though how much a real card means to people especially my grandparents. I was so happy to review Amy Adele Personalized Note Cards. They will help me get back in the swing of writing real thank you cards.

These Flat Cards are kind of like a post card that can be personalized with the wording of your choice. You can also select from several different images to go along with your text choice. I choose blue flowers flat card, the words “Thank You!”, and my name since I decided I wanted mine to be thank you note cards. I think they turned out great!
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The note cards are 5 x 3.5 inches and are made from 80 lb. 100% recycled heavy cover stock paper in a matte finish. Mine came in a cute tie bag and include envelopes. They will be the perfect thank you cards to send after Christmas and my son’s birthday. Do you still hand write thank you cards?

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Krystle Cook - the creator of Home Jobs by MOM - put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

Comments

  1. Susan Cooper says:

    These are such a cute idea. What a great way to send a quick note to a friend or client. 🙂

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